Articles Recently Tagged: Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)

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Landmark Ruling in the Works for Two Abandoned Buildings

Landmark Ruling in the Works for Two Abandoned Buildings

As plugged-in people know, the City has been positioning to sell the two abandoned Alemany Health Center buildings at 35-45 Onondaga Avenue, which sit on two Excelsior District parcels zoned for development up to 40-feet in height, since 2010. And as we first reported last year, a move to... Read More »

A False Sense Of Preservation In SF?

A False Sense Of Preservation In SF?

While the proposed Polk Gulch development to rise twelve stories on Pine Street isn’t facing any significant opposition from its neighbors, San Francisco’s Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is encouraging the Planning Commission to require an alternative design. As we first reported about Arquitectonica’s design for the 1545 Pine Street project... Read More »

The Survey Of Detroit’s San Francisco’s Historic Auto Row

The Survey Of Detroit’s San Francisco’s Historic Auto Row

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Historic Preservation Commission this afternoon, a vote to adopt, modify, or disapprove the Planning Department’s Automotive Support Structures Historic Survey and context statement. The survey was established to determine the historic status of the remaining examples of an increasingly rare property type: buildings... Read More »